It looks terrifying and faintly ridiculous but it’s actually rather wonderful, acupuncture is a Chinese treatment dating back more than 2,500 years, using fine needles on specific trigger points throughout the body to stimulate the energy flow in immune and endocrine systems in specific areas of the body to bring it back into balance.
A full body treatment using microscopic plants and plant extracts (algae) to detoxify, cleanse and purify the skin and body. It’s particularly recommended for reducing cellulite, speeding up circulation and helping with jet lag… that and it’s a really pleasant experience.
Not that there’s anything wrong with ageing we would like to point out, but anti-ageing skincare products and treatments are there reduce the signs of age, including wrinkles and age spots, by hydrating and brightening the skin.
For those missing the summer sun, this is a warm mineral bath under a UV canopy that contains 21 minerals from the Dead Sea. It is a source of Vitamin D and is particularly good for treating Seasonal Affected Disorder.
One of our favourite things… using essential oils to identify what the body needs in a variety of treatments to help soothe, heal, energise or relax the body. Aromatherapy’s use is diverse, powerful and ultimately enjoyable and integral to most spa treatments.
Positioning in yoga that refers to a firm but relaxed seated pose. It can also refer to multiple yoga postures and positions as part of a healthy exercise routine known for promoting general wellbeing and relaxation. Give it a go, you won’t regret it…
Also known as colour therapy, aura soma works in a similar way to aromatherapy, but with colour instead of smell. The colours are related to different areas of the chakra and treatments are performed based on the colours clients are drawn to and consequently are believed to benefit from.
Using the principles of Ayurveda medicine, a system of medicine with historic roots in India which has transcended to a type of complementary or alternative therapy in the West, Ayurvedic massage can be used to help overcome fatigue, strengthen the nervous system, and promote positive health.
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